June 16, 2021
Job Type
Work Setting
Remote / Home-based, Field-based


We are looking for enthusiastic and talented individuals who thrive on challenge and change, and who want to make a difference through the delivery of results.

About the role:

The Associate Director will join at an exciting time, as Greenwich Biosciences prepares its second product toward an FDA submission for spasticity associated with multiple sclerosis. The AD will be a subject matter expert in managing the symptoms of multiple sclerosis, responsible for providing input on clinical trial design and outcomes, analysis of existing and future data, and driving execution of strategy for US medical affairs. They will report to the Medical Director, Medical Affairs.


Ownership of the execution of medical education and data distribution strategy related to Nabiximols for both approved and emerging indications, developed in partnership with the Sr. Medical Director and cross-functional partners.

  • Lead quarterly alignment with the Medical Science Liaison leadership team on disease state and product education initiatives, and coach MSLs on tactical use of materials. AD will serve as a consultant in development of MSL training materials to help ensure strategic alignment.

  • Highlight quarterly insights from MSLs and Medical Information related to approved products to be shared internally, and aid in identifying Medical Information content needs.

  • Assist in maintenance of aligned scientific messages between departments.

  • Serve in review and approval of non-branded and branded internal and external materials.

  • Provide feedback on cannabinoid education initiatives and collaborate with Cannabinoid Team in identifying and addressing needs as they specifically relate to Approved Greenwich products.

  • Assist in setting long-term USMA strategy with Director, Patient Advocacy, in effectively engaging and supporting patient advocacy groups.

  •  Identify and engage advisors to address knowledge gaps needed to advance company medical strategy, including the development and delivery of Advisory Board content.

  • Coordinate activities, including training of other support functions

  • Serve as the single global voice of Medical Affairs at key matrix teams.

  • Subject matter expert in the specific disease area and the molecule area.

  • Maintain strong scientific knowledge of the relevant disease space and the competitive landscape

Required Experience:

Typically requires 5-8 years experience, including

    • 4 years Pharmaceutical or Biotech Industry experience, particularly in clinical development or medical affairs, in Neurosciences

    • 2 years experience in spasticity, preferably MS

    • 3 years academic / clinical expertise in MS preferred

  • Typically requires Advanced Degree: MD, DO, PhD, PharmD or Clinical Licensure: RN, NP, PT/OT, PA

  • Understanding of reimbursement / insurance coverage (private and public)

  • Digital savvy and demonstrated learning capacity for new platforms

Preferred Experience: 

  • Medical Science Liaison experience

  • Medical Information experience

  • Strong experience developing relationships with advocacy groups and in educating patients

  • High degree of professionalism, integrity, and collaboration

  • Experience with successfully working in a matrix organization

  • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills.

  • Experience with designing, planning, and executing phase 2-4 studies desired

  • Experience with building and executing medical affairs disease awareness efforts desired

  • Strong leadership, team building, negotiation, and ability to execute a must

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